What People Ate
We served hot pancakes fresh off the cast iron griddle cooked over a cast iron fire pot.
What People Drank
We set up a coffee and hot chocolate bar and served ice water aka "melted snowballs" as well. The hot chocolate is know as "sipping chocolate" and is amazing on it's own, but I ordered a variety of homemade marshmallows to go with it. For the coffee I had multiple Starbucks syrups available to make your coffee just right.
I served a snowy branch iced cake from a local bakery along with powdered sugar and cinnamon doughnut holes.
Beautiful wildlife cookies created by @elisabethandbutter. You can find her on Instagram!
Activities / Games
The activities were the stars of the party. I purchased 90 synthetic snowballs that were created for indoor use and set up two pop up tent cabins to let the kids have a snowball fight. A snowball fight is something we rarely get to have in central Alabama. The kids went crazy. Our second activity played into our outdoors/hunting cabin theme. I set up a "taxidermy" station, using the bark of the palm tree as reindeer antlers. These little art projects make precious Christmas decor, so when they were done the parents had a fun art project to take home as well.
Elisabeth is a cookie artist in college at Auburn University. She does her cookies on the side and is incredibly sweet and talented. You can find her on Instagram @elisabethandbutter
Sweet Whips is a bakery on Etsy that creates amazing marshmallows. I have used her products for multiple parties and each and every flavor is out of this world, not to mention beautiful! You can find her here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SweetWhips
Holland Williams Photography
Holland Williams is a dear friend of mine who specializes in photographing weddings, newborns, and children. She is able to capture amazing moments and always provides flawless service. You can find her on Instagram @hollandwilliamsphotography or at www.hollandwilliamsphotography.com.